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Near the end of September bmwNA announced its intention to conduct a voluntary recall on certain 2012-14 bmw 3 Series 5 X1 X3 and Z4 equipped with an N20 or N26 engine with production from May 2012- August 2013. Possible loss of brake power assist could occur due to a lack of oil supply to the brake vacuum pump from the intake camshaft. Brakes would still function however greater pedal pressure would

a stop sign that I have to apply a lot more force on the brake pedal than normal. It almost feels like there is air in the lines....but then it will work fine for a while. I did receive the first recall letter for the braking issue. I just brought my car in for the first service and oil change. I reported my braking issue. They called me and said they test drove the car and reported my issue to bmw

a stop sign that I have to apply a lot more force on the brake pedal than normal. It almost feels like there is air in the lines....but then it will work fine for a while. I did receive the first recall letter for the braking issue. I just brought my car in for the first service and oil change. I reported my braking issue. They called me and said they test drove the car and reported my issue to bmw

a stop sign that I have to apply a lot more force on the brake pedal than normal. It almost feels like there is air in the lines....but then it will work fine for a while. I did receive the first recall letter for the braking issue. I just brought my car in for the first service and oil change. I reported my braking issue. They called me and said they test drove the car and reported my issue to bmw

BMW X1 E84 Completely new X-1 for 2015...Apples to Oranges

I wanted to order a 2014 X-1 for Euro delivery but was told by bmw that the 2014s stop production end of Feb-March. If I want to pick one up in April it would be a 2015. Now Ive heard that the 2015 X-1 will be a complete rework changing from rear wheel to front wheel drive. They are going to use the Countryman platform. It seems that there may not be a 6 -cyclinder engine available (at least at first)

Quote Originally Posted by spydrz And RWD is exactly why people buy bmws. Such a stupid mistake. I think the move to front-wheel drive in compact cars is inevitable. Longitudinally mounted six (or eight) cylinder engines with rear-wheel drive work fine in large cars like a 5- or 7-series. But compare the bmw 1 series to the VW GTIGolfR (looks like youve owned one). Theyre both roughly the same length

Quote Originally Posted by iamthewalrus I think the move to front-wheel drive in compact cars is inevitable. Longitudinally mounted six (or eight) cylinder engines with rear-wheel drive work fine in large cars like a 5- or 7-series. But compare the bmw 1 series to the VW GTIGolfR (looks like youve owned one). Theyre both roughly the same length and comparably priced. But the back seat of the GTI is

BMW X1 E84 2016 x1 spotted in the wild

The 2016 bmw X1 has been spotted in Germany on a tow truck (most likely being transported to an undisclosed bmw location for testing and so on.) Here are some features that it is expected to have PROS More HPtorque - Im thinking somewhere around 265-280 H.P. standard for the U.S.Canada market. xDrive (AWD) will become standard More interior space - dont expect much but I would say a few more cm.

Quote Originally Posted by Rob Good My take is that bmw is seriously downsizing the lower end vehicles to optimize fuel ratings. I dont think the X1 will be smaller in size. Im thinking about the same size with more interior space. Yes we might see downsizing in terms of engine (but not necessarily in HP) going to a FWD platform shared with an inferior brand etc. Quote If they get 60% of their market

BMW X1 E84 What coding can be done on the X1

Here is what Id to be able to do Roll up windows with remotelock feature (currently only open windows w remote unlock) Fold in mirrors with remote lock activation Fold out mirrors with remote unlock activation Keep Eco mode to last setting (on) When turning on Eco mode not have the ASS turn on Not to be negative but talking the the dealer is useless. Is there a shop in New Jersey that can do any of these and how much might they charge Thanks for any info

5 6 or 7 blinks) 9744 Fold in mirrors at any speed while car is in motion 9744 Fold in mirrors immediately when doors are locked 9744 Remove lighting errors and warnings for aftermarket lights 9744 Disable seatbelt chime for driver 9744 Passenger Retrofit Options 9744 Bluetooth activation (requires 2MULF antenna and mic) 9744 Disable TPMS 9744 Other retrofit coding Navigation Updates 9744 2014 bmw

BMW X1 E84 BMW X1 vs Acura RDX

Im looking to purchase an SUV in the near future and have decided on either the X1 Msport with Xdrive or the Acura RDX with Tech Package. Now Ive test driven both of these vehicles and tend to like the bmw more than the Acura but my co-workers have told me horror stories about driving a bmw up in Virginia Maryland. My last bmw was an M3 that was driven primarily in Texas Florida where the temperature

Read the E90 section. There have been a few who have had HPFP issues with the N55. Many many fewer but I wouldnt say it is completely solved. There is also the issues of carbon buildup on the air intakes but that is not unique to bmw but is a problem with all direct injection engines. OP your coworkers horror stories are probably from nimrods who have RWD car and dont use winter tires . In that circumstance

BMW X1 E84 Anyone doing engine break in on their s28i

Really curious to see if there are any s28i owners that are adhering to an engine break in period. I suppose this goes to owners that are planning to keep their car for more then 5 years. My forum research shows there are 2 trains of thought. 1.) Constant speeds below 100mph. Keep throttle under 4K rpm. Follow this for the first 2500 mi. Afterwards get an oil change to remove any deposits metal etc

Look break-in these days is art not science and is hypothetical. Dont let anyone panic you. I personally would not worry about occasional excursions above 4000 rpm. The reality is with an automatic you cant completely control such things. I also have never heard of a warranty claim being denied by any manufacturer ever for failure to follow break-in guidelines and I doubt very seriously that the issue

Quote Originally Posted by dgkfl Look break-in these days is art not science and is hypothetical. Dont let anyone panic you. I personally would not worry about occasional excursions above 4000 rpm. The reality is with an automatic you cant completely control such things. I also have never heard of a warranty claim being denied by any manufacturer ever for failure to follow break-in guidelines and I

Quote Originally Posted by dgkfl Look break-in these days is art not science and is hypothetical. Dont let anyone panic you. I personally would not worry about occasional excursions above 4000 rpm. The reality is with an automatic you cant completely control such things. I also have never heard of a warranty claim being denied by any manufacturer ever for failure to follow break-in guidelines and I doubt very seriously that the issue would ever come up. (We are not talking about over-revving or racing here just normal driving). Despite claims to the contrary I would love someone to document a case of any manufacturer denying a warranty claim based on normal driving for failing to follow break-in guidelines. Ill believe it when I see it. The point is on break in you want to treat the engine gently and dont let it sit at a constant RPM for a long time. If you fail to do this what will happen Most likely nothing certainly not within the warranty period. Will you reduce the longevity of the engine I doubt anyone really knows for sure. Maybe. Some people swear the best way to break in an engine is to loosen it up by beating the crap out of it (get the piston rings to settle or some such nonsense) and then will tell you their engines have lasted 350000 miles. Dont sweat it just use common sense. I personally try to stay within the guidelines for the first thousand miles or so and then gradually give it brief excursions over 4000 rpm eventually to redline over the next 500 miles. Ive never had any problem that I could imagine was traced to break in in my 39 years of driving (many new cars). Great Thanks for the insights Im now close to 1400mi and ready to rock & roll my X1

Near the end of September bmwNA announced its intention to conduct a voluntary recall on certain 2012-14 bmw 3 Series 5 X1 X3 and Z4 equipped with an N20 or N26 engine with production from May 2012- August 2013. Possible loss of brake power assist could occur due to a lack of oil supply to the brake vacuum pump from the intake camshaft. Brakes would still function however greater pedal pressure would

Heres what I found on the NHTSA page. Manufacturer bmw of North America LLC SUMMARY In a letter dated September 26 2013 bmw Group submitted a safety recall notice to NHTSA identifying a defect condition in the vacuum pump oil supply that may result in loss of power assist braking in 76191 model year (MY) 2012 through 2014 bmw 3-Series 5-Series X1 SAV X3 SAV and Z4 vehicles equipped with 4-cylinder

BMW SERIES 3 F30 Just Traded 2013 328xi for 2014 335xi Observations Between the Two Vehicles

I went in for service on my sport line 328xi and left with a sport line 335xi. I know no pics it didnt happen but everybody here knows what a Jet Black on Black 335xi looks like . I added Nav and Drivers Assistance with the new car. Any way here are my observationsopinions between the two vehicles and some opinions that might help some that are on the fence between the two and some option packages.

BMW X3 F25 2012 or 2013 X-3

We had test drive the x-3 28i and 35i and love both of them. Decided to go for the X-3 28i since we think the 28i is sufficient for wife. Undecided if we should get the 2012 or 2013 models. Dealers have low or no inventory on the 2012 and asking us to put in custom build orders for 2013. Otherwise they will try to find an inventory for us. We have no problem in custom build it but knowing that the

Quote Originally Posted by lbjgh Many folks poo-poo the turbo four. Ive driven the x1 with the 8spd auto and the x3 (N52) and although the N52 sounded much better I found the four very impressive. Agreed. When I test drove a 328i and they cranked it up you could immediately tell it was a 4 cylinder from outside. Once you get inside close the door and hit the gas you completely forget its a 4 cylinder

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